Barry Denny

Image DOB: 10 May 1953

Debut: Round 1, 1977 against South Melbourne at MCG
Last Game: Round 17, 1979 against Fitzroy at Waverley

From: Morningside

Number: 7 1977-1979

Games: 22
Goals: 3
Career Statistics

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Recruited by the Demons after winning two Best and Fairest awards with Morningside in 1972 and 1976, the defender had also finished second in the 1973 Grogan Medal for best player in the Queensland competition.

Denny played three seasons in Victoria before moving back to his old side in the QAFL and adding a further 113 games to his tally.

In his second match Denny came off the bench to play one quarter but suffered a ruptured tendon in his finger and a broken collarbone. He didn't play seniors again until Round 20.

He played seven games for Queensland both before and after his time at Melbourne and coached Morningside during the mid-1980s. Denny is a member of the Queensland AFL Hall of Fame.

1977 400
1978 1330
1979 500

May have been from South Brisbane before Morningside

Interstate recruits

Age - 25/05/1977
Inside Football - 08/03/1979
Sunday Press - 12/01/1986

Queensland AFL profile
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